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Interested Dabbler's Lounge


Interested Dabbler's Lounge

A Scenic Rest Area for those with no particular project in the works, but with a keen interest in things HHO. Feel free to post your HHO ideas, thoughts and experiences or post links to new projects and news stories you've found. Maybe you've got an idea for a new project, but haven't got the funds- beg here. Come on in, pull up a chair and join in the conversation!

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the ragged edge of the envelope

Started by don. Last reply by don May 26, 2012. 2 Replies

well we should think about 100+kvthis is because of the anomaly in electricity according to Teslaalso we should think about using isolated groundsalso we should think how to transmit powerlooking for…Continue

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Comment by Robert Westbrook on July 11, 2012 at 5:08pm

Here's a link to that vortex on Saturn's north pole... http://www.jpl.nasa.gov/news/news.cfm?release=2007-034

I should also add, on mine there were spikes or lines leading outward from the hexagon starting at each intersection of the lines making the hexagon, for about an inch and a half or so. The clear area in the center was about 3/4 of an inch to an inch wide.

Comment by Robert Westbrook on July 11, 2012 at 2:12pm

I should add, I was taking video of the effect with a little 4 AA cell Apitek cam and it got fried. If you duplicate this I suggest using a zoom and videoing from a bit of a distance...

Comment by Robert Westbrook on July 11, 2012 at 2:10pm

About 4 years ago I started another HHO project. I'm no scientist and my math skills never exceeded algebra- don't ask about the geometry course I took, too much wrote memorization for me to handle- but I was trying to come up with a way to compact as much metal-to-metal surface area in a given area.

Some months earlier I had bought a 50' roll of 4" stainless with the intention of making plates out of it. Without a metal band saw I used my metal cut-off saw with poor results. The steel was too thin to hold its shape from being heated by the cut-off wheel and it was impossible with the tools at hand to get them nice and flat again for even spacing. They also tended to want to maintain the curve from being in the roll.

Rather than fight the steel, I decided to work with what I had and make a coiled generator. After working out a method to get the two strips to coil tightly and close together- a cut off broom handle with a slot in it, I made one strip 5' long and the other 4.5' long and wrapped them hard together and let it sit over night to help take the shape better.

Then I uncoiled them to insert some spacers.

About 150 zip-ties later I had a compact coil about 7~8" diameter. My power supply beeps with a short and it took several adjustments and a few more ties to get all of the arcs eliminated.

I used a fairly weak solution, not being sure of what I had. There was some production but not what I was hoping for. I upped the solution a bit to about what I had with my 7 plate system and what a difference! I switched the leads and there was even better reaction.

One thing I noticed right off was a curious effect at the center of the coil. There was a hexagonal (six sided) void of bubbles. On top of that, this rotated!

About a year later, I saw a video from a NASA probe of the north pole of Saturn and there was the SAME hexagonal void in the cloud patterns there.

I'm not sure of the validity of hyperdimensional physics and what all it entails but it seems to me there was some correlation to the effect in my pitiful little experiment and the magnetic fields of Saturn.

My next project will be to try to repeat this one and see if it occurs again and find out the significance of it.

Comment by don on May 26, 2012 at 2:20pm

we'll I'm hopping to talk to people at really want to push the envelope in hho

Comment by Robert Westbrook on May 5, 2012 at 12:07pm

Welcome! I'll start it off with a link to my first "cell" attempt from some years back. At the time, there were some good vids by some Aussies and Dallas Gold Bug had started his wonderful series of vids. Look his up- start at number one and follow his scientific approach- very informative and educational!

Here's a link to my first "dabblings". http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dNL0alFIliQ&list=UUD-IUWjXX4xS96...


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